Saturday, December 1st Alpha Box & Dice with Justin Fairweather The Aussies are back– Alphabox & Dice, a self-described “laboratory for viticultural exploration” brings us wines without boundaries, their Zaptung, a lively, sparkling made from the same grape as Prosecco but absolutely dry, to the Kit & Kaboodle red, a blend of Montepulciano, Grenache and […]
The wine clubs gained members over the year. We expect them to continue next year, so long as we maintain at least ten members for each club. These clubs provide a means for the wine curious to learn about new regions, new varieties and lesser-known producers.
We offer two different clubs– Vineyard, a reds-only option and Terroir, which might include anything from all white or all red to combinations with sparklings and rosés.
Thanksgiving wines with Rob Ryan, Vermont Wine Merchants We’ll open 4 of the wines identified below to give you a preview of what you might bring to the mix a week from Thursday. Informal tasting — no charge!
I hope that you all enjoy Thanksgiving as much as we do. It is a wonderful time of family, friends, food and,of course, wine. After a token 5 km turkey trot, we all gather in the kitchen for much of the day, cooking, sampling, eating hors d’oeuvres, oogling over the new lives that have joined […]
For your convenience, here are our expanded Thanksgiving Week Shop Hours:
It is that time of year when we are meant to reflect a bit on gratitude. At Windham Wines, we are grateful always to those who continue to support us. Without your support, we won’t be here. In the age of Amazon Prime, and next to a state that locates massive single-buyer driven liquor and wine outlets on its borders, we need you.
Saturday, November 3rd $30, plus tax Christina Netzl, winemaker The Netzl family grows vines and makes wine in the Caruntum region of Lower Austria. Though renowned for reds, principally Zweigelt– we’ll taste two of those, more recently its dynamic producers, like Netzl, are also gaining recognition for Pinot Blanc, which we’ll try.
Saturday, October 20th With: Indira Bayer, Wines of Illyria Patricia Whalen, International Judge Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina War Crimes Chamber Robert Madrygin, author, The Solace of Trees Our first tasting of the new season gives you the chance to explore what for us are obscure wines, i.e., wines from Bosnia that have not been […]
Whites Timorasso– Piedmont: Ezio Poggio, $24, (organic) my new favorite white at the shop 49 acres of Timorasso globally, all in Piedmont Juhfark– Hungary, Meinklang, $22 (biodynamic) 385 acres, all in Hungary Biancu Gentile– Corsica, $34 (organic) 15 acres globally, all on Corisca Jacquere– Savoie: Quenard, $16 2538 acres in France, 7 acres in Portugal […]
Terroir is about mud and stones, but it is also about the varietal nature of plants or animals that grow in or on this land, the microclimate of a hillside or plain, and the personality of those who do the tending. It represents the six sides of a honeycomb: geology, variety, geography, climate, social culture […]